June 03, 2016

Knowledge Management via Learning Organisation?

One of the ways to improve the Knowledge Management that our team has found so far is developing an Organisation into a Learning Organisation. A very interesting framework Garvin et al. (2008) is to focus on the following 3 blocks:

1. The environment

2. The Processes

3. Leadership

It is important to foucs on the three. For example, if in the future I have the task of transforming a Organisation into a Learning organisation i would focus on the following: (1) First, that the environment of the organisation is psychologically safe, appreciates the differences and is Open to new ideas. (2) Second, that the processes enable the learning by having concrete learning proccesses and practice. And (3) third, I would assure that the leaders of the organisation support this model; Othwerwise it would not work.

Having a Learning Organisation is one of the dreams of ecery HR department. It is extremely difficult to obtain, but at least it is desired, it needs to start somewhere

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